The Holocaust




I knew the Holocaust would never be forgotten,

Jews lived nightmares and always proceeded with caution,

Legs were amputated, Wounds were made, but even in skin and bones,

The Jews kept their faith,

Separation and Bones, Jews were Silent and all alone,

Faceless and Displaced Nazis were no prisoners of chains,

 With that ghostly look on their face, Jews marched in pain ,

As they wept, they were tormented and some had gone insane.

Hate-filled stares from Nazis filled the air,

Jews hopelessly believed God would end their suffocation and screams,

Jews wanted to desperately escape the night, in weakness and fear of leading to suicide. 


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